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Introduction

Historically, IVAO tours have provided pilots with point-to-point routes where everyone always flies the same tour. While this is a great way to take in breathtaking landscapes, discover new places, and find our best avaiation challenges, we have decided to do something different.....

We are pleased to present you with a new on-demand tour: The Big 4.

As with our highly praised IFR 2013 - A Pilot's Life tour, this tour has several elements that you, the pilot, can control. YOU can choose your airline. YOU can choose your aircraft. And it's all laid out for YOU on YOUR schedule. Plus, it's all automated...no paperwork to file.

As before, this is a points-based tour. It's simple: The more you fly, the more points you earn. The better you fly, the more points you earn. The more points you earn, the more awards you earn. (Not to mention bragging rights via the leaderboard!)

Before joining us on this adventure, please review the rules. They're simple and easy to follow, but they contain a lot of specifics that you need to know.

Curious about what airlines we offer for this tour? Check out the airlines tab. There's four to choose from all with complete schedules from this winter. Yes, we chose the biggest airlines in the USA per popular demand.

Already read the rules? Head over to the My Personal Settings tab and signup. We just need some basic data from you so we can track your flights and contact you with your schedules. Don't worry, we promise not to send you any unsolicited e-mail or share this information with any other party. If you want us to use your IVAO website password, you are welcome to do so...our system is encrypted...we can't even read it.

Still have questions? Drop us a mail and we'll help you out. More importantly, have fun.


FAQ

What's new this year?

  • We have new schedules with four new airlines: American, Delta, United, and US Air.
  • The system now has 3 tiers of promotion. Those in career mode will get a promotion at 1000 points. Everyone will get the "HEAVY" promotion at 2000 points.
  • The system now recognizes days of operation. Thus, you will not get assigned a flight for Monday that does not actually operate on Monday.
  • There will be a schedule update for the Summer.
  • Cooperative friend mode is now available. See the "Friend Mode" section for details.
  • Preview Available Flights map is now available from the Personal Settings page. This will show you what destinations are served from the hub you select and by what aicraft.
  • Added JAN 5: Weather Waiver option available when visibility is below 1/2 SM or ceilings are less than 200ft as shown by METAR at the arrival airport only.

For this tour, the following rules and regulations are in place:

  • All flights must be completed online using a valid real-weather source.
  • All flights must be completed under instrument flight rules with adherence to applicable governing federal regulations.
  • Pilots will be required to register for this tour including providing a valid e-mail address. This information will be considered confidential and will not be shared with any 3rd party. The e-mail address will be used only for communication regarding the tour and pilots may choose to turn off e-mail notifications under their personal preferences.
  • Pilots are expected to have appropriate charts on board. All US charts can be found at http://www.skyvector.com or http://www.airnav.com.
  • Your flight plan remarks must include RMK/USIFR14. This is how the system will track you.
  • Before takeoff, you must be online for a period of no less than 5 minutes. After landing, you must be online for a period of no less than 5 minutes. Again, this is for system tracking.
  • Some assignments may be international flights. Please remember that flight regulations may differ from country to country. We are guests of these neighboring divisions and as a tour participant, your conduct is representative of the US Division. You may opt out of international flights if you so desire via your personal settings.
  • Flight assignments include the aircraft type to use. Your flight plan must reflect the correct aircraft.
  • Diversions are allowed due to poor weather. In the case of a flight diversion, you must complete your flight within 6 hours from your diversion airport to your destination when the weather has improved. You must keep the same callsign.

Assignments

Assignments are based upon the following settings in your user preferences:

  • Career Mode  (Aircraft promotion scale with bonus points)
  • Airline Preference  (You may choose only one, but you may transfer with penalty)
  • Start Day  (Day of week you want to start your schedule)
  • Deployment Duration  (How many days in a row you want flights)
  • Aircraft Type  (Some options disabled in Career Mode)
  • Pilot Base  (Can changed at anytime without penalty)
  • Domestic Only  (Disables International Flights)
  • OK to Mix Aircraft  (When enabled, all selected aircraft are available for assignment)
  • Quick Turn-Arounds  (Will cause flights on the same day to have one hour or less in between.)
  • Max Flight Length  (Specifies the maximum flight length you will accept.)
  • Time of Day  (Specifies local time of flights preference.)

Assignments are available two days before your start day, so, if you choose to start your flights on Mondays, you will be eligible for selection on Saturday. You may accept or reject the assignment given to you. If you reject the assignment, a new one will be generated to replace it. Your assignment will contain one evening flight on your first day, one morning flight on your last day and two flights on each intermediate day.

And yes, you MUST fly them in order.


Paperless Reporting System

As previously discussed, this tour uses our own unique paperless reporting system. Assuming you do everything correctly, you need to do nothing further. The system will automatically validate your flight and award you with the correct points within an hour or two after completion.

If we lived in a perfect world, this system would be flawless, but errors can happen. After reviewing your history if you see something that isn't right, follow the link on the history page to file a discrepancy report. Someone will manually review the flight and if all checks out, you will receive the credit you earned.

Remember, RMK/USIFR14.


Points System and Awards

The following is a breakdown of how points are awarded:

  • You will receive 10 points for each hour of flight. Example: A 2.5 hour flight will earn 25 points.
  • You will receive 10 bonus points for flying on the correct day.
  • You will receive 5 bonus points for an on-time departure. On-time means -15/+15 minutes on the correct date.
  • You will receive 5 bonus points for an on-time arrival. On-time means -15/+15 minutes on the correct date.
  • Career mode participants will receive 5 bonus points per flight at level 1 and 10 bonus points per flight at level 2/3.
  • Once you have earned 1000 points with any one company, you will receive 10 bonus points per flight with that same company.
  • Cooperative friend mode points are split evenly between all participants.

The career mode promotion will take place once you have accumulated 1000 points with a single company and again at 2000 points with a single company. If you change carriers, your company points will reset.

The tier 3 promotion will occur when 2000 points total have been accumulated.

Awards are earned as follows:

  • The Divisional IFR Tour award is earned at 2000 points.
  • The Great Division User Award is earned at 5000 points.

Friend Mode

The "Friend" mode was developed for pilots who like to fly online together.

In cooperative mode, all participating pilots will receive the SAME assignments, however, only ONE pilot may flight any listed flight. The total awarded points will be split evenly among all participants. You will also be locked into the same settings as a result. Any member of the friends group can accept them or request new ones. Once assigned, all members will be flying the same routes. It is not mandatory that you fly them together, however, it will give you the option to fly with your friends on the same routes if you desire. All participants must have "COOPERATIVE" selected as their friend mode for this to be active.

In individual mode, all participating pilots will receive the SAME assignments. You will also be locked into the same settings as a result. Any member of the friends group can accept them or request new ones. Once assigned, all members will be flying the same routes. It is not mandatory that you fly them together, however, it will give you the option to fly with your friends on the same routes if you desire. You will each receive full credit for all flights per the guidelines. All participants must have "INDIVIDUAL" selected as their friend mode for this to be active.

If you select "NONE" as your friend mode, regardless of what your other friends may select, you will be on your own.

You may update your friends list at any time. Selecting an added friend from the list and clicking GO will remove them. Likewise, you can add a friend by putting their VID in the box. You can also change your mode at any time you wish. In order for the system to work correctly, ALL PARTICIPANTS must add each other to their friends list.

American Airlines

American Airlines, Inc., the principal subsidiary of AMR Corporation (AMR), was founded in 1934, but traces its roots back to the early days of aviation in the 1920s. American Airlines, American Eagle and the AmericanConnection carrier serve 260 airports in more than 50 countries and territories with, on average, more than 3,300 daily flights. The combined network fleet numbers nearly 900 aircraft.

Notes: The E140 is an Embraer 140; it is filed on the ICAO flight plan as an E135. AAL operates the 777-200ER.

*Based on December 28, 2013 Schedules.

Hubs

  • KDFW
  • KJFK
  • KLAX
  • KMIA
  • KORD

Fleet

  • A319
  • B738
  • B752
  • B762
  • B763
  • B772
  • B77W
  • CRJ2
  • CRJ7
  • E135
  • E140
  • E145
  • MD82
  • MD83

Delta Air Lines

Delta Air Lines serves more than 160 million customers each year and is the largest airline in the world based on passenger volume. Delta was named by Fortune magazine as the most admired airline worldwide in its 2013 World's Most Admired Companies airline industry list, topping the list for the second time in three years.

With an industry-leading global network, Delta and the Delta Connection carriers offer service to 330 destinations in 65 countries on six continents. Headquartered in Atlanta, Delta employs nearly 80,000 employees worldwide and operates a mainline fleet of more than 700 aircraft. The airline is a founding member of the SkyTeam global alliance and participates in the industry's leading trans-Atlantic joint venture with Air France-KLM and Alitalia. Including its worldwide alliance partners, Delta offers customers more than 15,000 daily flights.

Notes: The E175 is an Embraer 175; it is filed on the ICAO flight plan as an E170. DAL operates the 777-200ER.

*Based on December 28/29, 2013 Schedules.

Hubs

  • KATL
  • KCVG
  • KDTW
  • KJFK
  • KLGA
  • KMSP
  • KSLC

Fleet

  • A319
  • A320
  • A332
  • A333
  • B712
  • B737
  • B738
  • B739
  • B744
  • B752
  • B753
  • B763
  • B764
  • B772
  • B77L
  • CRJ2
  • CRJ7
  • CRJ9
  • DC95
  • E120
  • E145
  • E170
  • E175
  • MD88
  • MD90

United Airlines

United Airlines and United Express operate an average of 5,341 flights a day to more than 360 airports across six continents. In 2012, United and United Express carried more passenger traffic than any other airline in the world and operated nearly two million flights carrying 140 million customers.

United operates nearly 700 mainline aircraft and has made large-scale investments in its fleet. In 2013, United will continue to modernize its fleet by taking delivery of more than two dozen new Boeing aircraft. The company expanded its industry-leading global route network in 2012, launching nine new international and 18 new domestic routes. More than 85,000 United employees reside in every U.S. state and in countries around the world.

Notes: UAL operates both the 777-200 and 777-200ER.

*Based on Week of December, 23 2013 Schedules

Hubs

  • KCLE
  • KDEN
  • KEWR
  • KIAD
  • KIAH
  • KLAX
  • KORD
  • KSFO
  • PGUM

Fleet

  • A319
  • A320
  • B190
  • B737
  • B738
  • B739
  • B752
  • B753
  • B744
  • B763
  • B764
  • B772
  • B788
  • C402
  • CRJ2
  • CRJ7
  • DH8B
  • DH8C
  • DH8D
  • E120
  • E145
  • E170
  • SF34

US Airways

US Airways, along with US Airways Shuttle and US Airways Express, operates more than 3,100 flights per day and serves 198 communities in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Europe, the Middle East, the Caribbean, Central and South America. The airline employs more than 32,000 aviation professionals worldwide, operates the world's largest fleet of Airbus aircraft and is a member of the Star Alliance network, which offers its customers more than 21,900 daily flights to 1,329 airports in 194 countries. Together with its US Airways Express partners, the airline serves approximately 80 million passengers each year and operates hubs in Charlotte, N.C., Philadelphia, Phoenix and Washington, D.C.

Notes: The E175 is an Embraer 175; it is filed on the ICAO flight plan as an E170.

*Based on December 26, 2013 Schedules

Hubs

  • KCLT
  • KDCA
  • KPHL
  • KPHX

Fleet

  • A319
  • A320
  • A321
  • A332
  • A333
  • B734
  • B752
  • B762
  • CRJ2
  • CRJ7
  • CRJ9
  • DH8A
  • DH8B
  • DH8C
  • E170
  • E175
  • E190

IVAO USA is not affiliated with nor endorsed by any airline. Images used for illustration purposes only.
Today's Scheduled Flights
Thursday, July 24, 2014
 
FlightDepartureArrivalEquipmentStatusOn-Time History

DAL0900
KBOS
0600
KATL
0844
B752ScheduledLow

DAL1301
KPIT
0640
KDTW
0748
A319Completed

AAL1111
KLGA
0745
KDFW
1020
B738Completed

DAL0554
MYNN
0815
KATL
1041
MD88Completed

UAL762
KIAD
0820
KIAH
1027
A320ScheduledLow

DAL0711
KDTW
0855
MMUN
1140
B738Completed

AAL1458
KONT
0920
KDFW
1420
MD83Completed

DAL0571
KATL
0944
TIST
1230
B752ScheduledLow

AAL1589
KMIA
1000
MKJP
0945
B738Completed

DAL0150
KATL
1050
KDCA
1241
MD88Completed

UAL3520
KDEN
1115
KSLC
1246
E170ScheduledLow

DAL1706
KLAX
1135
KDTW
1905
B763ScheduledLow

AAL1565
KSAN
1145
KORD
1750
B738ScheduledAverage

AAL277
KDFW
1150
KSFO
1330
B738Completed

UAL419
KSEA
1309
KIAD
2106
A320Completed

UAL1423
KIAH
1340
KLGA
1819
B738ScheduledLow

DAL5064
KTYS
1430
KATL
1534
CRJ9ScheduledLow

UAL990
KSFO
1440
LFPG
1045
B763In Flight
1326 nm Remain

AAL1485
CYYZ
1445
KMIA
1805
B738ScheduledLow

DAL4929
KATL
1535
KGRB
1647
CRJ9ScheduledLow

DAL2101
KBOS
1615
KATL
1904
A320ScheduledLow

AAL1646
KPHL
1840
KMIA
2155
B738ScheduledLow

UAL1128
KLGA
1904
KIAH
2153
B738ScheduledLow

UAL5657
KOKC
1929
KIAH
2048
CRJ7ScheduledLow

AAL2284
KORD
2015
KDCA
2259
B738ScheduledAverage

AAL2304
KMIA
2025
KDTW
2330
B738ScheduledLow

DAL0772
KATL
2037
KPVD
2308
A320ScheduledLow

Refreshed at 03:37:27 UTC

Preview Tomorrow's Flights

This Week's Leftovers
(Flights assigned before today that haven't been completed yet)
FlightDepartureArrivalEquipmentStatus

UAL3047
KVIS
0605
KLAX
0700
B190Scheduled

DAL1921
KDTW
0840
KPHX
0849
B738Scheduled

DAL0461
KJFK
0841
TNCM
1209
B752Scheduled

UAL6527
KDEN
1004
KIND
1427
CRJ7Boarding

DAL4035
KDTW
1205
KMDW
1221
CRJ9Scheduled

DAL0504
MHLM
1148
KATL
1805
A320Scheduled

AAL914
SVMI
1500
KMIA
2005
B738Scheduled

AAL1698
KMIA
2130
SVMI
2215
B738Scheduled

AAL1698
KMIA
2130
SVMI
2215
B738Scheduled

*All times listed are local. This page will advance to the next day at 12:00 AM Pacific Time

ATC Planning Guide
ARTCC/FIRDeparturesArrivals
CZYZ10
KZAU11
KZBW21
KZDC13
KZDV10
KZFW22
KZHU13
KZLA30
KZLC01
KZMA22
KZMP01
KZNY31
KZOA11
KZOB23
KZSE10
KZTL54
LFFF01
MKJK01
MMID01
MYNN10
TJZS01
AirportWXTimezone000102030405060708091011121314151617181920212223 T 
CYYZCZYZEDT (-4)              1         1
KATLKZTLEDT (-4)        112    2   11   8
KBOSKZBWEDT (-4)      1         1       2
KDCAKZDCEDT (-4)            1         1 2
KDENKZDVMDT (-6)           1            1
KDFWKZFWCDT (-5)          11  1         3
KDTWKZOBEDT (-4)       11          1   14
KGRBKZMPCDT (-5)                1       1
KIADKZDCEDT (-4)        1            1  2
KIAHKZHUCDT (-5)          1  1      11  4
KLAXKZLAPDT (-7)           1            1
KLGAKZNYEDT (-4)       1          11    3
KMIAKZMAEDT (-4)          1       1 11  4
KOKCKZFWCDT (-5)                   1    1
KONTKZLAPDT (-7)         1              1
KORDKZAUCDT (-5)                 1  1   2
KPHLKZNYEDT (-4)                  1     1
KPITKZOBEDT (-4)      1                 1
KPVDKZBWEDT (-4)                       11
KSANKZLAPDT (-7)           1            1
KSEAKZSEPDT (-7)             1          1
KSFOKZOAPDT (-7)             11         2
KSLCKZLCMDT (-6)            1           1
KTYSKZTLEDT (-4)              1         1
LFPGLFFFCEST (2)          1             1
MKJPMKJKEST (-5)          1             1
MMUNMMIDCDT (-5)           1            1
MYNNMYNNEDT (-4)        1               1
TISTTJZSAST (-4)             1          1
Hooray! The schedules have been updated! All assignments will now follow the June/July schedules for your selected airline. Also, AAL now has the A321 active. DAL no longer has the DC95. DAL focus cities KLAX and KRDU have been added along with KSEA and RJAA which the latter two are available at 5000 points.
 
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The Leaderboard
PositionDivisionNameFlightsPointsCompanyLocationTypeRankAwards
1Todd Moore29518032KJFKB738 
2Edmundo Alvarez26016279KLAXB763 
3Djamal Boumenir18614239KIADA320 
4Wolfgang Buerger16013037KSFOB739 
5John Sousa14110104KIADA319 
6Eric Olson1728585KLAXE175 
7David Sifuentes877934KJFKB764 
8Roberto1257740KSEAB738 
9Jose Maldonado1547516KMEME145 
10Pablo Silvestroni1317485KDFWB738 
11Mauro Porta1286954KSEACRJ7 
12Juergen Midwer1166701KPHXA320 
13Benedikt Hagemeister1076394KSLCCRJ9 
14Christian Machado735696KSFOB752 
15Georg Nuss945429KLAXB744 
16Kai Krueger975405KATLA333 
17Elliott Kefalas935343KLGAB737 
18Rafa Viquez1265166KORDMD82 
19Moritz Werner895089KSANB752 
20Blanchetiere Laurent925071KSFOCRJ7 
21Brian Mensing885039MMMXB737 
22Joey Salzmann505034KMIAB738 
23jamal aljufain1235032KIAHA320 
24Amjed Aldoahee1265011KIAHA320 
25Valtair Oliveira975008KATLB752 
26Robertino Mihai825003KORDB738 
27Ventsislav Genchev1065000KEWRA320 
28Steven Bartlett1224937KSFOB738
29Hansjoerg Stipp1274781KDTWA319
30Zaidi Mataha1064701MKJPB738
31Raul Herrera574632KIAHB738
32Oliver Hoffmann894509KDENB738
33Thomas Mende1074363KJFKB752
34Maxime Poncelet763971KIADB772
35Matthias Kuenneth993681KMSYB739
36Diego Battaglia603586KDCAMD88
37Antonio Ribeiro553528KDTWB772
38Andrea Farne893424KDENCRJ2
39Emmanuel Czerwinski533203KJFKB738
40Miguel Pena693024KBOSB738
41Kristian Nikolic492759KLAXB772
42MICHAUX Alain862631KEWRB739
43Jehad Fahim572625KIAHA320
44Tobias Goevert512605KIADB772
45Paulo Lopes502595KMIAB738
46Rafael Capaverde Sntos652537KDTWE175
47Jaylynn Russell462533KDCAB738
48ANDREW DANGELO512433KDENB752
49Johann van Rhyn442281KATLB77L
50Andreas Herrmann462242KDENB190
51William Hall622219KSFOB737
52Francisco Fortes652209KATLB738
53Scott Ward472194KMSPA320
54Pierre Dequack512047KBZNCRJ7
55Denton Young462024KIAHB738
56Carlos Poinho622000KMSPA320
57Eik Schmidt431868KFLLB737 
58Sandor Fraiko441819KCLTB734 
59Jean Huart381776KDTWB738 
60Karl Leprich311458KMIAB752 
61Juho Mustaparta401452KJFKB752 
62Thomas Leitner401405KSFOA319 
63Jim Ramos441374KSDFE170 
64Cosmo Vellucci361334KIAHB737 
65Rodrigo Acioli501312KTPAB753 
66Levi Keagy451292KDENDH8D 
67Avar Gombocz341245KATLB739 
68Geoffroy Sir411209KDENB190 
69Nicolas David351126KIAHB738 
70Paulo Coelho361110KMSPB738 
71Floris van der Voorn321076KATLB752 
72Hugues Morel BANCOULI291047KATLB738 
73Ramon Delgado27999SVMIB738 
74Martin Koehler32989KPHXA320 
75John Fowler42987KLGBCRJ9 
76Rob Overdijk30979KSFOB739 
77Jodi Hutabarat30964KASECRJ7 
78Luiz Augusto Jaborandy49855KDTWE145 
79Doug Martin30851KJFKE145 
80Ruben Tapia30838KDENCRJ7 
81Javier Oyarbide30823KBHME145 
82Quenon Maxime18819KLGAE170 
83Aaron Favors24815KDTWCRJ9 
84Spyros Gallos24736KMSPB738 
85Muhammad Ali29727KVISB190 
86Roch PERRIN17724KDTWA320 
87julian ponga28691KORDCRJ7 
88Joaquim Gomes15634KIAHE175 
89Pablo Blanco21592KATLB738 
90JOSE ANTONIO YEPES17579KDENCRJ7 
91Rudy Foss17556KLGAB738 
92Adrien Maffre14542KLGAA320 
93Juan Luis16537KCMHE175 
94Tom Gilmore17493KSDFE175 
95Tareq Alattar11481KLAXA320 
96Jean Lekpeli25478KMIAA320 
97Magby Sebastien2455KDENA320 
98Chris Prophet21437KDENB190 
 Julian Toboll10437KFLLB752 
99Jethro Polancos9380KLAXCRJ7 
100Enrico Folgoretti12369KMSPB738 
101Norman Guenzel10358KCOSDH8D 
102Luis de Barros12357KDTWCRJ7 
103Abdullah Alkhrayef10331KDENCRJ7 
104Andres van Goozen9324KDCAA320 
105Richard Souaid10296KEWRDH8D 
106Greg Bogosian7277KSLCE175 
107Martin Funk8276KDFWE175 
108Seth Leiser9272KORDCRJ7 
109Roberto Bianconi11271KLAXCRJ7 
110Udo Korbanka8270KCLEE170 
111Sebastian Naujoks8267KINDE170 
112halim sghaier12252KSFOE120 
113Robert Nagy7235KEWRDH8B 
114Pino Di Pasquale9233KBOSB738 
115Alekcei BORIES8228KDTWE145 
116Alexandre Bavastro12222KICTB738 
117Alex Marx7221KSFOB738 
118Juan Torres Martin6210KORFDH8D 
119Jose Maia9205KMDWA319 
120Gianni7202KDFWE145 
121Alexander Trepczik9194KDENA320 
122Giorgos Pavlidis7187KORDB752 
123Javier Maneiro11184KSFOB738 
 Cesar Morales11184KSFOB738 
124Stas Harchuk7178KGSOE175 
125Sotirios Aligiannis5177KSANB738 
126Jose Lacle4158TXKFB738 
127Christian Waschewski4150KMCIDH8D 
128Dirk Schurmann6149KINDE170 
129Jens Janssens7147KIAHB738 
130Magby Sebastien10143KLGAA320 
131Ahmed Alghamdi5142KDCAE170 
132Onno Nieuwenburg5133KPHLE175 
133POUPLET Thomas9131KEYWB737 
134Dany Garcia10130KDENB738 
135Benedikt Funke4128KCOSDH8D 
136Felix Almonte3116KONTA320 
137Jarrett Iovine4113KORDB752 
138Taha Magdy4111KPRCB190 
139Pablo Giani4109MYNNE145 
140Robert Pepio897KDENB738 
141Jort Bijker290KSFOCRJ7 
142Wim sommen488KATLB738 
 Burgio Giorgio Aldo388KDFWE145 
143Daniel Franco1083KORDB738 
144Michael Schittly276KLGAA320 
145Csanad Karsay374KSFOB739 
 Jens Bermig574KCLTDH8C 
146Anis Deddech369KIADDH8D 
147Nasser Bader265KJFKCRJ9 
148Max Schneider256KIAHE145 
 GUILLERMO FERRAGUT256KLAXB190 
149Kent Garbi854KSFOB738 
 Diego Melendez354KDTWE145 
150Markus Marzian253KATLB738 
151Alejandro Moore146KIADDH8D 
152Alex Mottershead143KMCOA320 
153Lucian Claudiu Vasile240MHLMA320 
154Daniel Alejandro Rodriguez Guerra138KMIAB738 
155Guillaume Lebedel136KMSPE175 
156Joan Serra Torres135KATLCRJ9 
157Bastian Wagner233KSFOB738 
158Francesco Caianiello132KDTWE170 
159Marco Fumero123KJHWB190 
160Ralph Kloess122KSFOB752 
 David Pallares122KCVGA320 
 sander122KRDUB738 



Tour Statistics
CarrierTotal PilotsCareer PilotsActive PilotsRoutes FlownFlight HoursTotal PointsMost Popular HubMost Popular Aircraft
5241129132203.343998KMIAB738
92561026247314.0136360KATLB738
105742031048347.3150118KDENA320
19141311775.713622KCLTE190
Totals: 26818543695218640.3344098B738
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